The evasiveness over the Sestak job offer is quite telling to us. Look for blame to be placed in the lap of Rahm Emanuel. We are hearing that someone is going down over this issue and to clear the White House air prior to the elections, he will be replaced. I feel family issues are mounting and he will resign to spend more time at home. But all this is speculation, right? Look at the following posts around the net for clues.
We think Rahm Emanuel is behind the bribe. It’s the sort of thing Emanuel does, when he’s not screaming nude at someone in a gang shower, or doodling “Rahm Beiber” in his notebooks in the bulbous empty space inside large, swooping hearts.This is the sort of job-offer-for-quitting-something that happens every day here in Chicago. Chicago went to Washington January 20th, 2009 to make things extra hopeychangey, so if pressure is really put as to who dreamed up and offered this bribe — which appears to be a federal crime — it could very well land Emanuel in an orange jumpsuit.
Look Who’s Behind the White House – Sestak Stonewall
You see, on March 10, Issa also sent a letter to Bauer, the White House counsel to the president, requesting specifics: Did White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel contact Sestak? Did White House Deputy Chief of Staff Jim Messina (whom another Democrat, U.S. Senate candidate Andrew Romanoff, has accused of offering a cabinet position in exchange for his withdrawal)? How about the White House Office of Political Affairs? Any other individuals? What position(s) was/were offered in exchange for Sestak’s withdrawal? And what, if any, steps did Bauer take to investigate possible criminal activity?
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